It all hit me while I was shopping at King Soopers the night before. I was just walking down the ice cream aisle, when I noticed my favorite Marie Callender’s Loaf Cakes were on sale…and I had a coupon! I snagged those right up and then headed to the dairy section because this recipe needed a little Reddi-Wip to top it off. Breakfast the next morning was going to be epic!
I got up the next morning, and started prepping the french toast bake ingredients. I needed the loaf cakes, some eggs, milk, Reddi-Wip and caramel sauce. I am a huge fan of the Marie Callender’s Loaf cakes because they are made from scratch and have that amazing fresh-baked taste. Its has that homemade taste, only better, because they are easy to make and easy to clean up! The double chocolate and the pound cake are amazing and they are perfect to use in this french toast recipe.
These bakery inspired classics are made from scratch with delicious, wholesome ingredients and can go from the freezer, to the oven, to the table in 30 minutes. They pair perfectly with Reddi-Wip, which is made with real cream and gives you that little bit of indulgence without the guilt since there is 15 calories per serving. It was time to get my breakfast bake on and enjoy this amazing meal.
As I am prepping the ingredients and taking photos, the kids rush into the kitchen. Lately, we have been baking, cooking and overall learning to share the household responsibilities. For me it is so important to teach my children how to cook, how to take responsibility in a home and how to be awesome people. It is pretty easy for me to move over and share the kitchen with these two and they are getting to be rockstars around the house too!
We sliced up the loaf cake, placed it in a greased casserole dish and then prepped our egg and milk mixture to pour on the loaf cake. This breakfast is really a sweet morning treat, but is so tasty your family will be begging for more. It is also an easy breakfast for your kids to help you make. I literally, was able to stand back and take photos while the kids prepped the entire breakfast.
Once the loaf cake bake was in the oven for about 30 minutes, I turned it to broil to add just a little toast to the cake. It baked perfectly and was melt in your mouth amazing. The best part was that I was able to set the french toast loaf cake bake in the oven and get the kids ready for the busy day ahead of us. Once it was done, we sat down, topped it with Reddi-Wip and devoured this, and then clean up was a snap.
I know you are dying to get your hands on this recipe, so make sure to print it out below. Your family will thank you later. Also with the holiday season upon us, this would make a great breakfast option and you cannot beat the current sale price with the coupons at King Soopers either!
- 1 Box Marie Callender’s Double Chocolate Chip Loaf Cake
- 1 Box Marie Callender’s Pound Cake Loaf Cake
- 2 Eggs
- 1/2 Cup Milk
- To Taste Reddi-Wip
- To Taste Caramel Topping
2. Remove Marie Callender’s Loaf Cakes from packaging and cut into 1 inch thick slices.
3. Alternately layer the loaf cake slices into a greased casserole dish.
4. Wisk eggs and milk together and pour over the loaf cakes.
5. Bake for 30 minutes covered. Then remove covering and broil for 3 minutes on high.
6. Remove from oven, top with Reddi-Wip and caramel sauce and serve!
Prep time: 5 mins Cook time: 35 mins Total time: 40 mins Yield: 1 9×13 casserole dish
I am headed back this afternoon to stock up on these Marie Callender’s loaf cakes. I have a new breakfast option and it will definitely be our holiday go to breakfast! The kids loved it and loved helping me make it and the husband told me that I better hide the leftovers if I want a chance at them.